A holiday to a self-catered cottage in Abereiddy is just what is needed to relax and unwind. With the Pembrokeshire coast path on your doorstep, pull on those boots and set out in either direction. The path is glorious whether you walk all day or just a mile or so. Take in stunning views, discover beautiful wildlife and end your walk with a sense of awe.
The small harbour village of Porthgain is a 4-mile walk away along the coast path. It’s home to The Sloop; a traditional coastal pub adorned with fishing nets and lobster pots. Also in Porthgain is The Shed Fish and Chip Bistro, serving up locally caught seafood from their own boat. Our favourite way to spend an evening is a takeaway from The Shed eaten on the harbour wall watching the sunset.
Abereiddy is home to the Blue Lagoon, an old quarry that is full of aquamarine waters. On a warm still day, a swim here is magical. MUUK adventure company runs from the car park at Abereiddy, so the more thrill-seeking in your group can book a coasteering trip and experience the Lagoon and coast beyond in a unique way!